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The 7 Best Smart Scales Of 2024 – Everything You Need To Know


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Smart scales offer a convenient, sort of fun way of tracking your weight, as well as a bunch of other health metrics related to our health.

And the best smart scales are affordable, fairly accurate, and easy to use.

And they should certainly be able to help you keep track of your progress and ultimately help you reach your fitness goals.

Finding the best smart scale for your needs doesn’t have to be super complicated, but it can be a little tricky with so many products to choose from.

Well, I’m hoping to make this process a little easier for ya.

In this guide, I’ll share my top picks for 2024, but I’ll also go over everything you should be looking for when comparing these smart scales in a comprehensive buyer’s guide near the end.

After reading, you’ll know everything you need to in order to find the right scale for your home.

Let’s get started.

With an affordable price and the ability to track a ton of metrics, I think RENPHO’s Bluetooth Body Fat Scale is a great option for most homes.

The 7 Best Smart Scales of 2024

#1 RENPHO Elis 1 Smart Body Scale

RENPHO smart scale
Image courtesy of RENPHO

The RNEPHO Bluetooth scale made my number 1 choice because it has a lot to offer and comes at an incredibly low price (~$30).

And with the ability to measure 13 different metrics and tracking them all over time, it’ll certainly help you track everything you want to.

It’s also compatible with several fitness apps and is pretty sleek looking, I must say.

Metrics the RENPHO Scale tracks:

  • Body weight
  • BMI
  • Body fat %
  • Water %
  • Skeletal muscle
  • Fat free body weight
  • Muscle mass
  • Bone mass
  • Protein
  • Basal metabolism (BMR)
  • Subcutaneous fat
  • Visceral fat
  • Metabolic age

As you can see, this scale tracks a lot of info.

Honestly though, most of us aren’t concerned with most of these metrics.

You can’t expect a scale like this to be especially accurate with assessing stuff like water % (hydration level) or metabolism, but it doesn’t hurt to take a look at it.

Luckily, RENPHO doesn’t make us pay more for the extra metrics.

Apps the RENPHO Bluetooth Scale is compatible with:

  • Apple Health
  • Google Fit
  • Fitbit App

The RENPHO scale is compatible with the 3 most popular fitness apps listed above. You can also download the free RENPHO app if you like and use that to track your data.

Their app uses bluetooth (as the name implies) and is compatible with both Android and IOS devices.


  • 4 electrodes

This scale uses 4 electrodes, which is considered to be more accurate than 2. Users agree this scale is quite accurate in terms of body weight.

With regards to the other metrics, opinions vary a little.

Some users complain that the body fat % is way off while others report this scale provides similar results to other more expensive devices.

The RENPHO does give consistent results, and that is really the best we can hope for with smart scales. It’s difficult to say how accurate these other metrics are because they really are estimates.

Overall, this smart scale is at least as accurate as the other smart scales available.

Additional Features

  • Easy to set up with apps
  • 396 lb weight capacity
  • Unlimited users
  • Phone doesn’t need to be nearby to save data- automatically syncs when phone is near again
  • 3 AAA batteries included

Overall, the RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale is a great option at a great price.

It tracks every metric you could think of and then some. It’s also compatible with the most popular fitness apps and easy to use.

This scale is very well reviewed too.

Last time I checked, this bad boy was rocking a 4.7/5 average rating on Amazon with over 300,000 user ratings.


#2 Eufy Bodysense Smart Scale

The Eufy Bodysense Smart Scale is a close runner-up to the RENPHO. Not only is this scale similar in terms of  metrics, but it’s similarly priced too.

The Eufy Smart Scale is another highly rated product that can help you track all your fitness data and reach your goals.

If for some reason you don’t care for the RENPHO, the Eufy would be a good alternative.

Metrics the Eufy Bodysense Scale tracks:

  • Body weight
  • Body fat %
  • BMI
  • Water %
  • Muscle %
  • Bone %
  • BMR
  • Visceral fat
  • Lean body mass
  • Body fat mass
  • Bone mass
  • Muscle mass

The Eufy’s tracking metrics are almost identical to the RENPHO.

They too include a “visceral fat” measurement –  visceral fat is a type of fat that is found inside our abdominal cavity, near our organs.

It’s considered a more dangerous type of fat and having high levels of visceral fat increases our risk of heart disease as well as diabetes and stroke.

Apps the Eufy Scale is compatible with:

  • Apple Health
  • Google Fit

Eufy also has their own free fitness app called EufyLife.

EufyLife can sync data with the two above apps and works on both IOS and Android devices. RENPHO had a little more compatibility options with the Fitbit app.

This Eufy scale also has the ability to save your data if your phone isn’t nearby and sync automatically when it is.


  • 4 electrodes

This smart scale also has 4 electrodes for determine body composition. The majority of users are happy with the consistency of readings provided.

There was one user review that reported he actually had the chance to compare his Eufy readings to a BodPod assessment and the Eufy metrics where within 10-15% of the professional measurements… not bad.

Additional Features

  • 397 lb weight limit
  • Can pair with 20 users
  • Easy to set up
  • Sleek design
  • Large display screen
  • 4 AAA batteries included
  • 15- month warranty

The Eufy Bodysense Smart Scale is a great scale at an affordable price.

It’s very comparable to the RENPHO smart scale, however I still prefer the RENPHO because it is a little cheaper and compatible with the Fitbit app.

I will admit the Eufy is sleeker looking though, I like the blue and black tint.

The Eufy is another highly rated product though with tons of happy customers.


#3 Yunmai Smart Scale

The Yunmai Smart Scale is one of the most popular and highly rated scales available on Amazon. And for good reason- this scale measures 10 different metrics and stores data for up to 16 users.

This Yunmai scale is comparable to the smart scales mentioned above in function and features, although it’s a little more expensive.

The 2 scales already mentioned track a few more metrics though, that’s why this guy came in at number 3.

Metrics the Yunmai Smart Scale tracks:

  • Body weight
  • Body fat
  • BMI
  • BMR
  • Bone mass
  • Hydration level
  • Muscle mass
  • Body age
  • Protein
  • Visceral fat

Overall, the Yunmai scale tracks 10 different body metrics.

No surprises here, this list is very similar to the other scales we have discussed thus far.

This list includes everything we would expect to see with a top smart scale.

I like the inclusion of “body age”- it gives us another way of looking at how fit and healthy we are. It’s also fun to see your age go down as your fitness improves.

Apps the Yunmai Scale is compatible with:

  • Apple Health
  • Fitbit
  • Google Fit

The Yunmai Smart Scale is compatible with the 3 most popular fitness apps.

It actually has an advantage over the Eufy in this category, so if you are already using the Fitbit app, the Yunmai might be a good choice.

Yunmai has their own free fitness app that is compatible with both Android and iOS systems. Most users like the Yunmai app and report it is pretty easy to navigate.


  • 4 electrodes

Scales with 4 electrodes are considered more accurate than those with 2.

Like all of these smart scales, they tend to be pretty accurate in terms of body weight.

Everything else is more of an educated guess than anything else. That said, users report the readings tend to be pretty consistent.

Additional Features

  • Large display
  • 396 lb weight capacity
  • Pairs with up to 16 different users
  • Sets up in 5 seconds
  • 4 AAA batteries included
  • Stores data if phone isn’t nearby

The Yunmai is another quality smart scale at a great price. It measure a ton of metrics and can store data for every member of your family (unless you a really huge family).

This scale has a larger display screen, so if you have a hard time reading smaller scales, this would be a nice option.

A word of caution- some users with large feet (size 11 shoe) have complained that the machine has a hard time measuring their data because the scale doesn’t fit them correctly.

Overall though, the Yunmai Smart Scale is highly popular and very well rated. It’s boasting a great average user rating on Amazon.


#4 Bveiugn Smart Scale

The Bveiugn Smart Scale is a sleek, stylish looking scale that’s very well priced (just please don’t ask me to pronounce that brand name).

Like all the other scales that made their way onto this list, the Bveiugn scale has a lot to offer.  In terms of health metrics, it tracks 11 in total.

Metrics the Bveiugn Scale tracks:

  • Body weight
  • BMI
  • Body water
  • Metabolic age
  • BMR
  • Bone mass
  • Visceral fat
  • Skeletal muscle
  • Protein
  • Body fat
  • Muscle mass

For those looking to track a ton of fitness data, this scale has definitely got ya covered.

Apps the Bveiugn Scale is compatible with:

  • Apple Health
  • Fitbit
  • Google Fit

This smart scale is compatible with all the major fitness apps. This smart scale uses the Fitdays app to sync with the apps mentioned above.

Users report Fitdays is pretty easy to use and that it tracks data clearly. The app is compatible with iOS and Android devices.


  • 4 Conductive Electrodes

Like the other 3 top smart scales, Bveiugn uses 4 electrodes for added accuracy.

Additional Features

  • Stores data for 24 users
  • 400 lb weight capacity
  • 4 AAA batteries included
  • Displays weights in lb’s or kg’s
  • Easy to set up and use
  • 1 year warranty

Overall, the Bveigun Smart Scale is a sleek smart scale that can measure every metric you can think of. It’s a great scale for folks who love tracking data.

This scale is very highly-rated with an average user rating of 4.6/5 on Amazon and that’s with well over 20,000 reviews in. If you’d like to see what other folks are saying about this scale, click below.


#5 Bluetooth Smart Body Fat Scale (by Greater Goods)

The Bluetooth Smart Body Fat Scale by Greater Goods (wow, long name) is another top seller on Amazon. This is a no thrills scale that does what it says it does.

It’s priced a little higher than some of it’s competitors (roughly $50), but a portion of all proceeds goes to charity.

I love it when companies give back.

Metrics the Bluetooth Smart Body Fat Scale tracks:

  • Body weight
  • BMI
  • Body fat
  • Lean mass
  • Water weight
  • Bone mass

You will notice this list is significantly shorter than the other lists we’ve seen so far. The Bluetooth Smart Body Fat Scale only measures 6 different metrics.

But lets be honest, these are the most important metrics for most of us. Most casual users aren’t tracking 14 different data points.

It’s not like we can selectively loose visceral fat anyway- if you loose weight, some will be subcutaneous fat and some will be visceral fat (if you loose enough).

If you’re more concerned with weight and body fat percentage, this may be a good scale for you. Sometimes we get too distracted by all of the data available to us.

Apps the Bluetooth Scale is compatible with:

  • Apple Health
  • Fitbit
  • Google Fit
  • MyFitnessPal

This smart scale is compatible with all the major fitness apps.

Users agree the scale syncs easily with your favorite app and is easy to use. Like all of the other smart scales mentioned, this scale can store data until your smart phone is nearby for syncing.


  • 4 electrodes

The Bluetooth Smart Body Fat Scale has 4 electrodes to make readings as accurate as possible. User reviews show this scale is pretty accurate, especially with body weight.

Although some users report getting accurate body fat percentage readings when compared to other measurements they had at their local gyms.

Additional Features

  • 5-year warranty
  • 400 lb weight capacity
  • Tracks data for up to 8 different users
  • Large display
  • BMI displayed on scale
  • Great customer service
  • Percentage of cost donated to charity

The Bluetooth Smart Body Fat Scale has become such a popular option because it’s easy to use and it works well.

It doesn’t hurt that this scale comes with a 5-year warranty and the customer service is awesome.

This smart scale isn’t quite as sophisticated as the other scales discussed thus far- it only tracks 6 metrics and accommodates 8 users.

It’s also priced a little higher than several of the other scales on the market.

Should we forgive that considering they are donating to charity?


Overall, this is a great smart scale. If you’re looking for a simple to use scale and aren’t worried about all the extra metrics, this is a good choice.

It’s also rocking an average user rating of 4.5/5 on Amazon, which in itself says a lot.


#6 WITHINGS Body+ Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale

The WITHINGS Body+ smart scale is a sleek looking device that just barely made the list.

While it has some flaws (and is a little pricey at ~$100), it definitely earned it’s way on this list with it’s design and ease of use.

The Body+ is the only scale on this list that allows you to see all of your stats directly from the scale- a huge plus in terms of convenience.

The Wi-Fi capability also allows the scale to give you a daily weather report, which is pretty cool, but do we really need our scale to tell us the weather?

Metrics the WITHINGS Body+ tracks:

  • Body weight
  • Fat %
  • Water %
  • Muscle mass
  • Bone mass
  • BMI

The WITHINGS Body+ also only measures 6 metrics, but they are the 6 most relevant metrics most of us are interested in.

Part of me thinks it’s better for these smart scales to concentrate on fewer stats.

The other part of me thinks it’s cool to see all the different metrics (regardless of how accurate they really are).

I’ll leave it up to you to decide, but as you can see, the Body+ only measures about half as many different stats as many of the other less expensive scales.

Apps the WITHINGS Body+ is compatible with:

  • Google Fit
  • Apple Health
  • Fitbit

The Body+ uses the Health Mate app that can be downloaded for free for iOs and Android devices. The Health Mate app can sync up with all the other major fitness apps.

Most users appreciate how easy the Health Mate app is to use for data tracking.

Health Mate will also sync up with apps that count calories or help you record your nutritional data, such as MyFitnessPal and Weight Watchers.

This combination can really help you keep a close eye on your intake and help you reach your weight goals.

Also, you can access your data online through Health Mate if you prefer to use a computer.

This scale is suppose to be compatible with Fitbit, although I should warn that some folks have had a hard time getting it to sync with Fitbit.

So, if Fitbit is your primary fitness app, you might want to go with another scale.


  • 4 sensors

Users report the weighing ability of the scale is quite consistent.

The other functions seem to be reasonable consistent as well. In terms of accuracy, it’s difficult to assess with water % and bone/muscle mass.

The best we can ask for is that we get similar results on back to back measurements, and the Body+ appears to do this.

Additional Features

  • 396 lb weight capacity
  • Daily weather report
  • Recognizes 8 different users
  • Has pregnancy and baby modes
  • Connects to your devices through wi-fi or bluetooth
  • 4 AAA batteries included

Overall, the WITHINGS Body+ Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale is a popular model with some interesting tricks up its sleeve.

The ability to connect through wi-fi and bluetooth may make it worth the extra cash to some folks.

It does have a sleek, modern look and is very compatible with other fitness apps (although personally, I think it’s a little over-priced).

That said, users are pretty happy with this smart scale. The Body+ is currently holding an average user rating of 4.4/5 and is usually one of the most popular scales on Amazon.


 #7 Fitbit Aria Air

Rounding out our list is the Fitbit Aria Air Bluetooth Smart Scale.

It comes in at number 7 because it only measures weight and BMI and it’s a little more expensive than some of the top scales already mentioned.

But Fitbit is a great brand and if you’re already using Fitbit products, it could make sense to go with their scale too for easy integration.

The Air is their newest scale and it’s replacing the Aria 2 which made this list last year.

The Aria 2 is still available through other retailers, but since it’s been discontinued by Fitbit, it’s probably really over priced.

Metrics the Fitbit Aria Air Smart Scale tracks:

  • Body weight
  • BMI

This is the smallest list of metrics of all the scales discussed here, coming in at only 2.

If you’re a stats fanatic and like lots of different data points, this certainly isn’t the scale for you.

But, if on the other hand you simply want a scale that tracks the most important stats and can easily sync up with your phone, the Aria Air might be the right choice.

That said, it gets a little harder to justify the higher price when so many other scales measure and track more information.

If you’re a “less is more” type of person, you will appreciate the Aira Air, especially if you already use Fitbit.

Apps the Fitbit Aria 2 is compatible with:

  • Fitbit

Ok, so the Aria Air  is obviously designed to sync with the Fitbit app. And it does so wonderfully.

It’s not really designed to pair with other fitness apps, so if you’re not ready to use Fitbit, it doesn’t make sense to invest in this scale.

The Fitbit app is a great platform for tracking and storing your data. Especially if you are already using a Fitbit fitness tracker.

Using the Fitbit app, you have all of your tracking data and scale data in one place (which eliminates the need for any other fitness apps really).


  • 4 ITO sensors

Similar to the Rukerway smart scale, the Aria Air uses ITO sensors so you don’t have to see the metal electrodes on the bottom of the scale.

It definitely makes for a sleeker looking product.

Overall, users report weights are pretty accurate and consistent with this scale.

Additional Features

  • Recognizes up to 8 users
  • Syncs automatically with Fitbit app
  • Large, easy to read display
  • 400 lb weight capacity
  • 3 AA batteries included

The Aria Air is a gorgeous scale with an oversized, easy to read display.

That said, I would only consider buying this scale if you are already using other Fitbit products or are currently using the Fitbit app- I really can’t say that enough.

User reviews for this scale are generally quite high, with an average user rating of 4.3/5 on Amazon, last time I checked.


What Exactly Is A Smart Scale?

First things first.

If you’re not sure what a smart scale is to begin with, that’s ok.

A smart scale, also known as a wifi scale, is simply a type of bathroom scale that can connect to an app for tracking data.

These scales communicate through the internet, that’s how the name “wifi scale” came about.

The type of data these scales can track varies a little from model to model, but as a scale, their first function is to measure our body weight of course.

All of these devices have that in common.

And even if tracking your weight is your only goal, a smart scale might still be a wise choice because it’ll save your weights and track them over time for you.

If you use a smart phone or pad, this makes it really easy to monitor your weight loss (or gain).

Most smart scales will also calculate your body fat percentage.

This is why most folks are interested in getting smart scales (body fat percentage is a key calculation for determining overall fitness).

It basically tells you how much of your overall weight is made up of fatty tissue. It’s calculated by dividing your fat weight by your total body weight.

For example, if I weighted 100 lb, and I had 20 lb of body fat, my body fat percentage would be 20% (20/100).

But how does a scale determine how much of our body is made up of fat?

Good question.

It uses something called bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA), which basically means the smart scale sends a mild electrical charge through your body through the electrodes you are standing on.

Based on how fast the current travels through your body, the smart scale can calculate how much of your body is made up of fat, muscle, and bone.

Each of these body tissues conducts electricity differently and the scale is smart enough to calculate your composition.

Just keep in mind these calculations are estimates and things like hydration level, eating, and exercising and skew the results.

For more info, check out this article on how smart scales work.

Smart scales can also calculate information such as:

  • BMI
  • Muscle mass
  • Bone mass
  • Water Percentage

How To Pick A Smart Scale

I mentioned at the beginning that there are a ton of smart scales on the market these days.

Deciding which one will be best for you can be a little tricky, but I think you should concentrate on 3 factors: metrics, compatible apps, and accuracy.


You really need to consider which metrics you are most interested in tracking before you decide on a smart scale. This is because you need to make sure you find one that tracks everything you are interested in.

Most people are interested in weight, BMI, and body fat percentage.

But if you are a competitive athlete or just love tracking data, you may want a scale with more sophisticated tracking abilities.

It’s pretty amazing what some of these scales can calculate – a lot of these scales will measure between 12-16 different metrics.

You’ll see what I mean down below.

If you’re really into stats, you might want to find a scale that measures a ton of stuff.  And in a lot of cases, it doesn’t really affect the price either.

Compatible Apps

This is another important thing to consider – we need to make sure our smart scale is compatible with our fitness app of choice.

Some scales are compatible with multiple apps while others are limited to 1 or 2.

Most of the apps are free, so you could always download the app a prospective scale uses and play with it to see how usable it is.

If you are already using an app you like, look for a smart scale that is compatible.


Obviously we want our scale to give us readings that are as accurate as possible. I don’t think anyone would purposefully buy an inaccurate scale (but you never know).

Unfortunately, no smart scale ever admits that it isn’t very accurate.

I guess that wouldn’t make for very smart marketing.

So, the best way to get an idea of how reliable the scale is before buying is to read user reviews.

Most scales should be pretty reliable with assessing body weight these days, but not all are.

Keep in mind the body fat percentage and other more advanced metrics are estimates.

The key is trying to find a scale that is reliable with its estimates (that is, you shouldn’t see a 10% change in body fat over 24 hrs).

In other words, one could argue that it’s more important to have a scale that’s consistent- meaning regardless of how accurate or not it really is, at least it’s giving you consistent results over your readings.

This way you’ll be able to track losses and gains over time.

Other Factors To Consider

Metrics, compatible apps, and accuracy are important factors to consider when comparing smart scales. Other factors to consider include:

  • Price
  • Weight capacity
  • Platform size
  • Screen size
  • Warranty

Final Thoughts

Well, that’s about all I got.

If nothing else, I hope you take away from this article that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to get a quality smart scale- most of the best smart scales are under $50, which is pretty impressive in a time where everything seems to be getting more expensive.

Anyway, there are thousands of smart scales on the market these days.

When comparing smart scales, I suggest you concentrate on which metrics you are most interested in and which fitness apps you prefer to use.

Finding a scale that measures what you want to measure and is compatible with the app you want to use should be your first goal.

I also encourage you to compare the warranties.

Maybe I didn’t stress this enough earlier, but warranty really is something we should be taking into consideration.

To me, a company’s warranty tells us how confident they are their product actually works and nicer scales should have better warranties.

The rest is finding a model in your price range that is well reviewed.

I’ve presented my favorite picks here, but don’t be afraid to look further for yourself.

The RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale is my number 1 choice because it tracks a ton of metrics, it’s affordable, and it works with all the major fitness apps.

I hope this article helps you in your search for the right smart scale for you.

If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below and I’ll get right back to you.


Will's a licensed physical therapist (DPT) with over 15 years of experience treating patients from all backgrounds. He's been lifting weights and exercising in one form or another since middle school and has been working out in his own home gym for over a decade. When it comes to fitness equipment, there isn't much he hasn't tried. In his spare time, if he isn't writing or working out, he's likely playing basketball, watching movies, or hanging with his family.

12 thoughts on “The 7 Best Smart Scales Of 2024 – Everything You Need To Know”

  1. I read all your writingd and I really have found your work usefull when deciding which one to buy. thank you for your great effort.

  2. Will I am actually reading your article on June 13th, 2020, and you published the above article on November 12th, 2019. Is there any update before I go ahead and make my selection of a Smart Scale???

    Finally, at the beginning of the article I could read ” Skip to The Best Smart Scale of 2020: RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale…”, does this mean that you discarded your first choice or recommendation for a Smart Scale?

    Thanks for all the info, it helped a lot for making my decision.

    Best regards,

    Victor Batista

    1. hey Victor, it’s true I haven’t updated this article in awhile, but I still think the RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale is the best smart scale around.For the price, you can’t beat the features. I’m a little confused about your question regarding the link at the beginning. The link at the beginning of the article takes you directly to the Amazon page for RENPHO (the same scale I have listed in the #1 position below).

  3. Hi Will:

    Thanks again for your preview response. I submitted my question because I was checking on the Renpho Official Website , also in Amazon, that they have a new technology which they say is more accurate in the measurements:

    RENPHO Smart Bluetooth Body Fat Scale Digital Bathroom Weight BMI Scales, Wireless Digital Bathroom Scale, 13 Measurements Fitness Body Composition Analysis & Health Monitor, White ITO BR001

    They say : “….ACCURACY IMPROVED BY 100%: ITO coating techology sensors ensure more precise measurements compared to other sensor types….”, even though, I could not find user’s reviews supporting this statements .

    Finally I chose : RENPHO Body Fat Scale Weight Bathroom Smart Digital Bluetooth Scale USB Rechargeable with Smartphone App, Body Composition Monitor for Body Fat, BMI, Bone Mass, Weight, 396 lbs Black ES-30M

    I noticed that some competitors brands are using “The ITO Coating Technology Sensors” instead of the 4 electrodes used by the Smart Scales you mention in your article. Do you agree this technology is superior to the 4 Electrodes?

    By the way, I made my buy from Amazon.

    I will be waiting for your answer.

    Best regards,


    1. The ITO coating refers to the material used to make the transparent scale surface electrically conductive and seems to be used often in digital displays and whatnot. In terms of improved accuracy, it’s hard to tell. RENPHO scales are known for doing a pretty good job in terms of relative accuracy. Personally, I doubt there’s a big difference between them. It’s more likely some good ol’ fashioned marketing. Great question.

    1. Thanks for the kind words. I think the Arboleaf could’ve easily made the list, it’s on par with most of the scales I did include. When I update the article for next year, I may add it.

  4. Some apps are more privacy-oriented than others. If you do update the article this year, a comparison of privacy policies between companies will be a helpful addition.

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